Wolvercote residents campaign against St. John’s College Oxford North development
"Wolvercote residents led an hour-long socially-distanced protest outside St. John’s College on Friday to show their displeasure with the college’s plans to redevelop the green-belt land which it holds in North Oxford."
Meet the Balliol student running for Oxfordshire County Council
"Sasha Mills speaks to Michael O’Connor, a student at Balliol studying for a master's in philosophy, who is running in this year’s County Council Elections for the University Parks Ward and is also a member of the last standing Oxford team in this year's University Challenge."
Homelessness in Oxfordshire has nearly halved since 2019
"Homelessness in Oxfordshire has nearly halved since 2019 due to the Oxfordshire County Council’s response to a government directive urging councils to get ‘everyone in’ due to the pandemic. This comes as Oxfordshire County Council commits to a new ‘housing-led’ approach to homelessness, the first of its kind in the country."
Covid-19 admissions to the Oxford University Hospitals have dropped significantly since lockdown started
Data from NHS England suggests that since the start of national lockdown on the 5th of January, hospital admissions to the Oxford University Hospitals...
Expenses of Oxfordshire MPs reach almost £1 million in 2019-2020
"Layla Moran, MP of Oxford West and Abingdon, cost taxpayers £173,665.94, spending £130,072.44 on staffing, £21,093.07 on accommodation, £18,110.94 on office costs, £2,487.71 on staff travel and £1,901.78 on MP travel."
Covid-19 case numbers continue to drop in Oxfordshire
"Oxfordshire has seen a decrease in new coronavirus cases in the week ending January 20th as compared to the previous week."
New Oxfordshire service supports children’s mental health
Oxfordshire Discovery College is a new mental health service supporting children and young people. It was created in response to research findings that rates...
The road to affordable housing in Oxford is not a simple path
Colleges own swathes of Oxford’s green belt, pitting local residents against the growing need to build more homes. Libby Cherry investigates the growing divide.
Assaults on Oxford University hospital workers continues
Figures released by Oxford University NHS Trust show that the number of reported assaults experienced by hospital workers has remained constant this year, despite a £10,000 investment in body cameras